Fraunhofer IIS: mioty for the urban leisure sector

July 14, 2021

The mioty technology was used for a demonstrator during the Nürnberg Digital Festival 2019 with our alliance member Ancud IT. Thus, an alleyCat race has been set up, which is a competition of cyclists, competing against each other to find the shortest and fastest route between two given points.

The demonstrator uses mioty communication and collects the location data directly from the bicycles. Mobile phone apps or embedded devices in a cloud backend, collect the location information of the cyclists in order to finally visualize and analyze the various routes traveled.

The mioty technology provided an effective, safe and responsible data transfer in urban areas and with moving objects. The Alleycat demonstrator could thus work as the foundation for developing commercial applications, like a route platform for bicycle couriers, in order to optimize routes.

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